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Home    HealthSense Magazine    2010 Archives    Summer 2010    What kind of care do I need?
What kind of care do I need?

The Clinic at Walmart operated by CoxHealth

The Clinic at Walmart provides walk-in services for the treatment of minor illnesses and injuries, such as colds, sinus infections, flu and sprains. Physicals, some vaccinations and basic diagnostic tests and screenings are also available.

"These clinics are a convenient and lower cost option. The clinic does not replace the routine care of a primary care physician and may be a choice for those who do not have one," says Dr. Kerry Randolph, medical director of the Walmart clinics.

The clinics are staffed by board certified nurse practitioners and supervised by a family medicine physician.

The Clinic at Walmart operated by CoxHealth
Monday - Friday, 10 a.m.-7 p.m.
Saturday, 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Sunday, 11 a.m.-4 p.m.

2004 W. Marler Lane, Ozark
1150 U.S. Hwy. 60 East, Republic
2021 E. Independence, Springfield
3315 S. Campbell, Springfield
1101 Branson Hills Parkway, Branson                               

Urgent Care - Pediatric and Adult

CoxHealth Pediatric Urgent Care and Adult Urgent Care, located in The Turner Center, offers care for minor illness and injuries such as cuts and lacerations, fractures, asthma, urinary tract infections, flu and fevers. The urgent care has X-ray capabilities as well as a full laboratory.

 "If you feel like you need to be evaluated today and you can't get in to see your primary care physician, then that's what we are here for," explain Dr. Stephen Adams and Dr. Diana Roe, medical directors of the CoxHealth Urgent Care.

The facility is staffed by three family medicine physicians and one to two pediatricians every day.

Urgent Care
Open daily, 8:30 a.m.-8 p.m.
The Turner Center, 1000 E. Primrose

Emergency Room

"If you think you are having a stroke, having chest pain or experiencing a potentially life-threatening illness or injury you need to call 911 or go to the emergency room," says Dr. Howard Jarvis, medical director of CoxHealth Emergency Services.  A life-threatening illness or injury includes difficulty breathing, severe bleeding, seizures, ingestion of poison or a major head injury. CoxHealth Emergency Rooms are staffed by emergency medicine physicians.

Cox South provides Trauma Services - 24-hour coverage by general surgeons who have expertise in trauma management, according to Dr. Tim Woods, medical director of Trauma Services. If you need medical help and transport, call 911. Cox Air Care, along with more than 40 CoxHealth ambulances, transport critically ill and injured patients to medical facilities.

Emergency Rooms
Open daily 24 hours
Cox North
1423 N. Jefferson Ave., Springfield

Cox South
3801 S. National Ave., Springfield

Cox Monett
801 Lincoln Ave., Monett


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